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Rocky coasts

 

Collaborations:

 

Gösta Hoffmann (University of Bonn, Germany): coastal uplift

Osman Abdelghany (UAE University, Al Ain, Emirates): coastal uplift

Sajmir Beqiraj (University of Tirana, Albania): bioerosion on rocky coasts

Siddharth Prizomwala (Seismological Research Institute, Gandhinaga Gujarat, India): coastal uplift

Nilesh Bhatt (University of Baroda, Vadodara, India): coastal uplift

Sascha Schneiderwind (RWTH Aachen University, Germany): modeling of marine notches

Sarah Boulton (University of Plymouth, United Kingdom): marine notches

Cherith Moses (University of Sussex, Brighton, United Kingdom): coastal erosion

Niki Evelpidou (University of Athens, Greece): notches in the Mediterranean

Aris Marfai (Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia): bioerosion of rocky coasts

Shafeea Leman (University Kebangsaan, Bangi, Malaysia): notches in Southeast Asia

Felix Tongkul (University of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia): coastal uplift, Sabah

Junaidi (University of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia): coastal uplift, Sabah

Danko Taboroši (Island Research and Education Initiative, Pohnpei, Micronesia) coastal karst

 

 

 

In review

 

Accepted

 

 

 

Papers

 

11. Schneiderwind, S., Boulton, S., Papanikolaou, I., Kázmér, M.,. Reicherter, K. (2016): Numerical modelling of tidal notch sequences on rocky coasts of the Mediterranean Basin. - Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface doi: 10.1002/2016JF004132  [online]

 

10. Schneiderwind, S., Kázmér, M., Boulton, S., Papanikolaou, I., Reicherter, K. (2016): Geometry of Holocene tidal notches - sea level markers at Perachora Peninsula. Gulf of Corinth, Greece. - Bulletin of he Geological Society of Greece 50, ______, Athens. [reprint]

 

9. Schneiderwind, S., Kázmér, M., Boulton, S., Papanikolaou, I., Stewart, I., Reicherter, K. (2016): Numerical modelling of tidal notch sequences on rocky coasts. - 7th INQUA International Meeting on Paleoseismology, Active Tectonics and Archeoseismology (PATA), 30 May to 3 June 2016 Crestone, Colorado [reprint]

 

8. Schneiderwind, S., Kázmér, M., Boulton, S., Papanikolaou, I., Stewart, I., Reicherter, K. (2016): The geometry of tidal notches - what do they reveal about historic coastal tectonics? - 7th INQUA International Meeting on Paleoseismology, Active Tectonics and Archeoseismology (PATA), 30 May to 3 June 2016 Crestone, Colorado. [reprint]

 

7. Kázmér, M., Bhatt, N., Ukey, V., Prizomwala, S.,  Taboroši, D., Székely, B. (2016): Archaeological evidence for modern coastal uplift at Diu, Saurashtra Peninsula, India. – Geoarchaeology [online] [pdf]

 

6. Evelpidou, N., Karkani, A., Kázmér, M., Pirazzoli, P.A. (2016): Late Holocene shorelines deduced from tidal notches on both sides of the Ionian Thrust (Greece): Fiscardo Peninsula (Cephalonia) and Ithaca Island. – Geologica Acta 14, 13-24, 8 figs, 5 tab., Barcelona. [download]

 

5. Kázmér, M., Leman, M.S., Mohamed, K.R., Ali, C.A., Taborosi, D. (2015): Features of intertidal bioerosion and bioconstruction on limestone coasts at Langkawi Islands, Malaysia. – Sains Malaysiana 44(7), 921-929. [online version] [reprint]

 

4. Moses, C., Robinson, D., Kázmér, M., Rendel, W. (2015): Towards an improved understanding of erosion rates and tidal notch development on limestone coasts in the Tropics: ten years of micro-erosion meter measurements, Phang Nga Bay, Thailand. – Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (6), 771-782. [online version] [reprint]

 

3. Taboroši, D. & Kázmér, M. (2013): Erosional and depositional textures and structures in coastal karst landscapes. In: Lace, M.J., Mylroie, J. (eds): Coastal Karst Landforms. Coastal Research Library 5, Springer Science, Dordrecht, pp. 15-58. [online version] [reprint]

 

2. Kázmér, M. & Taboroši, D. (2012): Bioerosion on the small scaleexamples from the tropical and subtropical littoral. – Hantkeniana 7, 37-94, 96 figs, 1 t., Budapest. [reprint]

1 Kázmér, M. & Taboroši, D. (2012): Rapid profiling of marine notches using a handheld laser distance meter. – Journal of Coastal Research 28 28/4, 964–969. [online version] [reprint]

 

 

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